The SUMMA Team
The Rev. Dr. Christoph Keller III
The Rev. Dr. Christoph Keller, III founded SUMMA and directed its first camp in 2012. He remains passionately involved as a Senior Fellow of the Beecken Center and as the principal lecturer in both theology and debate for camp. Rev. Dr. Keller is an Episcopal priest and theologian, most recently serving as Dean of Trinity Cathedral in Little Rock and now retired. He graduated magna cum laude from Amherst College and earned his master’s of divinity from Episcopal Divinity School. He holds a Doctor of Theology (Th.D.) in Anglican Studies (2009) from General Theological Seminary. His field was systematic theology, with a focus on theology and science. His dissertation, “Darwin’s Science in Chalcedonian Imagination,” explores, affirms, and explains the deep compatibility between Christian faith and evolution. He is an Episcopal Church Foundation Fellow and an honorary Canon of the Diocese of Arkansas.
The Rev. Cindy Fribourgh
SUMMA Program Director
Rev. Cindy Fribourgh has been deeply involved with SUMMA since its inception in 2012, serving initially as Administrator, as Associate Program Director, and currently as Program Director. She received her Bachelor’s Degree in English Literature from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock; and a Master’s Degree in Pastoral Studies from Loyola University, Chicago. Prior to ordination as a Deacon in 2000, Cindy worked in marketing and communications advancing to Senior Public Relations Account Executive in one of the largest firms in the south central United States. Cindy serves as Deacon at St. Margaret’s Episcopal Church in Little Rock and has been involved in the Diocese of Arkansas for many years: previously as Secretary to Executive Council and Diocesan Convention, as Communications Director, and currently she serves on the Commission on Ministry.
Director of Recruitment & Admission
Walker Adams is a graduate of the School of Theology (T’18, Master of Arts in Theology) and is the School of Theology’s Director of Recruitment and Admission. A native of Kansas City, he also holds a degree in Music Education from the Conservatory of Music and Dance at the University of Missouri in Kansas City. Walker has extensive experience with young adults, having worked for several years in The Episcopal Diocese of West Missouri leading mission trips, pilgrimages, and taking groups to General Convention to inspire, educate, and empower young people to a life with Christ.
“I formed lifelong friendships through SUMMA.”